05 October 2021, 08:36
From October 5, Russia officially resumes regular flights with Djibouti, Denmark, New Zealand, South Africa and Peru. It is reported by TASS with reference to the data of the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus.
It is noted that flights from Moscow and St. Petersburg to Goa and Delhi will be carried out four times a week, to Tenerife from Moscow – twice a week. Also, planes will fly from the Russian capital to Djibouti twice a week. The same situation will develop with Wellington, Limu, Cape Town and Johannesburg. Two flights a week will be launched from St. Petersburg to Copenhagen.
According to the agency, so far not a single airline from Russia has announced plans to resume flights in the region of the country. At the same time, not all of the formally open countries are ready to receive tourists, in particular, India, where the epidemiological situation is difficult for the spread of coronavirus.
Previously reportedthat Aeroflot launched flights from Moscow to the Dominican Republic on October 1.
Since March 27, 2020, Russia has suspended regular and charter flights with other states due to the coronavirus pandemic. The exception was export, cargo, postal, sanitary and humanitarian flights. Since August last year, the Russian side has begun to gradually resume international flights.